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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPousada Villaggio Paraty
Wonderful oasis! Lovely spacious, clean rooms, amazing breakfast, helpful staff and the bonus of a small pool too.
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... Whilst the beach looked lovely, we were shocked to find our feet sinking in mud, as we waded into the sea. We didn't last long. Back on the supposed safety of the loungers, Chris experienced a karma moment with one of the beach dogs...after refusing to share his cheese pasteis, the dog got his own back by peeing all over the sun lounger! Enjoyed dinner in a simple local restaurant, followed by pudding from a cake trolly on the cobbled street (brigadiero - gooey chocolate ...
... The streets are curved to protect the locals of yesteryear from invading pirates and offer them chance of escape. At the moment there is a festival celebration Brazil's famous Cachaša drink. The locals are expecting another 20,000 people to arrive which will double the local population. All around the streets we saw men with giant freezers on wheels, displaying a large selection of cakes, gateaus, trifles and mousses. We had a brief tour around the town and sampled ...
... some photos and experienced our first downpour of the day. The weather was so humid we were dry again within minutes. We met the rest of the people doing the kayak tour, and headed down to the beach. Our guide was a British expat called Michael. He explained about the kayaks, how to steer them and adjusted them so we could all fit comfortably We had to laugh when a girl in the other group asked if her and her friends could go in a 3, when there were clearly only two seats in ...
... t alone. Bed bugs, ****en bed bugs. Most tourist we talk to say "do you speak any other language besides English?" And we're like "na". Then they pull this face like, 'oooo **** your ******'. Most of the time we use our own sign language. But Steve uses the same actions for different words, funny ****. Note to self: if they don't speak English, no matter how slow you say each word - they still won't get it. Day 10- Went for a bike ride to the beach. After 10 minutes ...
... I saw my van transfer friend sitting on the beach! Apparently the second stop was the large pier I was walking to. We ended up walking back to town, grabbing dinner on the beach by umbrella light, and then drinking cachaca on the beach under a full moon. It was easily the best meal I've had in Brazil, fish and banana, a surprisingly complimentary dish!
The next day she left in the morning to catch her transfer to the other side of the ...